Send a friend, a loved one or a family member a beautiful bunch of flowers from our collection. We have a gorgeous range of floral arrangements to say congratulations, to send someone anniversary or birthday wishes. We have hot pink blooms for your best friend and bright white lilies to welcome your loved ones to their new home. Whatever the occasion, whether it is Valentine’s or Mother’s Day, Christmas or Easter, we will get it right.
Welcome to C.A. Floral Designs, a florist in West Midlands. We cover all aspects of floristry to help in every way possible. No job is too big or small for us.
We have a variety of lovely flowers in our shop. We specialise in fresh flower designs for weddings and funeral tributes. Besides these, we also offer plants, gifts, balloons, banners and much more.
We also have artificial flowers in our shop. So whatever floral product you are looking for, we are sure to have it in our shop. Ask any of our professional florists for assistance.
We thrive on providing quality products at competitive prices. So browse our website to see our range of fresh floral designs. But if you do not find what you are looking for online, give us a call, and we will be more than happy to help.
C.A. Floral Designs has been a trusted wedding florist for many years now. We create individual bridal bouquet designs, corsages and buttonholes, and church and reception venue flowers. We take care of all the details to ensure you have the perfect wedding.
We also design funeral tributes, from casket sprays to flower baskets. We have different designs to fit your needs. We also customise funeral flowers based on your requests.
See the lovely flower varieties on our website. You are sure to find something designed to suit the occasion. But if you prefer something from the heart, give us a call at 01902 238474.
C.A. Floral Designs has a team of knowledgeable and dedicated artisanal florists with the expertise and patience to create original arrangements and bouquets no matter the occasion, and by offering a same day delivery service our team are confident that all orders will arrive at their destinations on time and in perfect condition. Whilst flowers are the driving passion of our florists, the team also share passions for the town the call home and the countryside surrounding them. Our florists often find inspiration in the flowers that can be found nearby and hope that by sharing a brief town history, and by highlighting some of the natural wonders that can be found on the doorstep our team hope to inspire others.
Historically part of Staffordshire, Wolverhampton is a city and metropolitan borough with a population in excess of 250,000 in the West Midlands. Local tradition states that King Wulfhere of Mercia founded an abbey in the area in 659, and Wolverhampton is recorded as the site of a decisive battle between the united forces of Mercian Angles and West Saxons against Danish raiders in 910. Although there is mention of a town market in 1179, the town did not possess a Royal Charter for holding a market until it was granted by Henry III in 1258. Wolverhampton was a thriving centre for the wool trade during the 14th and 15th centuries, and due to the abundance of natural resources in the area, Wolverhampton became a wealthy town in Victorian times. The coal mining, steel production and car manufacturing industries thrived in the city during the industrial revolution, but the bicycle industry was a dominant industry in Wolverhampton. More than 200 bicycle manufacturing companies had factories here from 1866 until the final company stopped production in 1975.
Throughout the years of industrialisation Wolverhampton has endeavoured to stay true to its roots as a market town, with a number of parks green spaces created in the city to offer residents the opportunity to enjoy nature. There are also a number of local nature reserves in the surrounding area which showcase and protect some local natural highlights. First open in 1881 and called the People’s Park, West Park lies at the heart of the city and was designed by Richard Hartland Vertegan of Chad Valley Nurseries in nearby Edgbaston. The park was to contain 8 acres of ornamental lakes, with a further 12 acres were dedicated to recreational activities. The conservatory was added in 1896, and was funded by the 1983 Floral Fetes. There are a variety of stunning species of flowers on display in the park, with numerous ornamental flower beds, which were first laid to commemorate the coronation of King George V. During World War I ducks and rabbits were raised and vegetables grown in the flower beds to help the war effort. The park was turned into allotments in 1942, and placed on the Heritage National Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in 1986.
Peascroft Wood is a local nature reserve planted over a century ago to regenerate some of the areas affected by industrialisation, this means that the site is one of the few woodland habitats it the east of the city. The site is home to range of woodland birds and the abundant flowers attract butterflies and other insects to feed them.
Portaway Hill is a 1 hectare site that is home to colonies of butterflies. They are often not alone as it is not uncommon for florists to visit the reserve attracted by the same diversity of flowers.
The florists at C.A. Floral Designs have the knowledge and skill to create arrangements for any occasion.
Flowers Authentically Made
C.A.Floral Designs is one of the best producers of bouquets in the Wolverhampton. All the florists who make up the bouquets as you see them on the site are well-experienced designers, and your bouquets are in expert hands when you order from us. We are committed to provide you the freshest flowers that are guaranteed to make the receiver of your flowers happy.
We offer a guaranteed 7-day freshness. With this, we are certain that our flowers are well-received. And if you are not entirely satisfied, we will resend fresh flowers or refund your money, whichever you prefer. Guaranteed 100% fresh and clean flowers will be delivered safely to your recipient and can last for days. For tips on how to care for your flowers after delivery, you may visit our blog and read our flower care guide to make sure that your flowers receive all the care they need.
- Cheslyn Hay
- East Park
- Horseley Fields
- Wolverhampton City Centre
- Fallings Park
- Heath Town
- Low Hill
- Lodge Farm
- Short Heath
- Shepwell Green
- Willenhall Town
- Bilston Town
- All Saints
- Merry Hill
- Wall Heath
- Whitmore Reans